This weekend, the E Pluribus Unum family lost a very important person, .

She has been E Pluribus Unum’s board chair since our inception and was involved in the creation of our organization from day one.

Personally, she was a dear friend, a trusted confidant, and an indispensable…


There’s no doubt that 2020 has been a tough and unexpected year for all of us. Yet, I remain thankful for the many lessons we have learned.

The coronavirus pandemic and renewed attention to racial injustice has made our purpose more apparent and illuminated the ways we can fulfill that…


Out of many, one.

We are a wonderfully diverse nation and that played out in this election.

Record numbers of voters of all races and political parties and in all corners of our country have voted. Over 160 million Americans have made their voices heard, and a clear majority voted…


We have one week until this critical Election Day. This vote matters more than most of us have seen in our lifetimes. …


We pride ourselves on producing some of the most in-depth public opinion research on attitudes about race and equity in the American South.

Today, E Pluribus Unum released the results of a recently-conducted 1,800-person survey (600 Black respondents, Latino respondents and white respondents each) to track attitudes on race, class…


With three weeks until Election Day, we turn our Action series this week to a conversation with Stacey Abrams on our democracy and what’s at stake.

If you have been online in the last 24 hours, you no doubt have seen the excessively long lines from the record-breaking early voting…


We are living in a time where voting matters more than it has in most of our lifetimes. A , “The vote is precious. It is almost sacred. It is the most powerful non-violent tool we have in a democracy.”

And yet, we are living in a…


E Pluribus Unum Introduces Its Inaugural Class of UNUM Fellows

This week, we’re proud to unveil our inaugural class of UNUM Fellows, a select group of 14 accomplished and diverse Southern elected leaders who will embark on a year-long journey to address inequitable and discriminatory policies and practices within their…


Nine months into 2020 and six months into the COVID-19 pandemic in America, we continue to see underlying disparities magnified. Millions of Americans are not only facing the effects of the pandemic, but are having to also evacuate from hurricanes and wildfires, many of whom could not afford a crisis…


There’s no doubt the COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately impacted Black communities, making it critical that they are at top of mind when policy decisions are being made. …

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